Registered by Mary
Jo Duncan of Minnesota in 2014, this
large size (19 inches high by 40 inches wide) cultivar
is of unidentified parentage. Its foliage is golden yellow in
color, lightly cupped, moderately corrugated, moderately
twisted, broadly ovate and very shiny on top. The
petioles have red dots at the base.
According to the registration materials: "...unruly, floppy leaf habit, red petioles at base, golden
yellow glossy leaves, changing to chartreuse green as
season progresses, emerges from red buds in early spring...changes to greenish yellow as season progresses..."